The Hering 1923 Vintage Harp looks like something right out of a museum. Yet, it’s an inexpensive mouth harp that anyone can afford. That’s a good thing, since most experts seem to agree that only a novice would want to play it. While the Hering 1923 is reported to be one of Rod Piazza’s favorites, it isn’t without its share of problems, especially when it comes to the reeds. Nevertheless, the harmonica as a whole has a solid construction and a good weight. It also has a good tone for the money, but some say that the tone is not as good as Hohner harmonicas that are in the same price range.
Easy to play
Prone to reed problems
Sound quality not as good as models with similar prices
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